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iVFk'IAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COVNTY.
K. A. Burnett,
The articles of consolidation between tlio
Wabash railroad and the St. Louis Kansas
City & Northern nilmad were filed in the
nliiceof the Illinois Secretary of State Oc
t 1 tf-r 27th. Besides the ordinary agree
ment of consolidation it is provided that
the stockholders of the new company the
Wabash, St. Louis Pacific Railway
Company shall meet at Toledo, Novem
ber 27th, to elect directors.
Liuon men will be interested in know
ing that foreign packages can not be re
filled with domestic spirits. Imitation
Imported spirit casks containing domestic
distilled spirits, but not bearing imitation
or tue marKS auu orauus required cm cajsas
of imported liquors are not forfeitable, but
the similitude may occasion frequent seiz
ures in which event it will devolve upon
the claimant to csUblis.il the true character
of the packages.
Tiik New Orleans Picayune contains a
very sensible and pointed editorial in ref
erence to Southern papers who insist upon
t'uls gentleman or that one as their choice
fit the presidency, and insists that the te
lection of a presidential candidate he made
by the Northern Democrats who know best
who is the most available man. We make
the following extract from the article, to
which we call the particular attention of
several of our exchanges :
'Representative Southern men ought to
exercise a little caution about expressing
preferences for presidential candidates.
Each Southern State will give the candidate
of the Democratic nominating convention a
majority ranging any w here between twenty
aud forty per cent, of its total vote.
They know that uo southern man can be
p it on the Democratic ticket in cither the
first or second place. No Southern Demo
crat has any wish whatever in that direc
tion. The nomination of any prominent
Democrat of a Southern State for the presi
dency or the vice presidency whatever may
have been his course during the war. would
be equivalent to party suicide."
"Numerous Southern politicians by trade,
here and there, will be clamoring for cer
tain named candidates, trusting that they
will be remembered and rewarded if the
Statesman uamcd by them should be nomin
ated aud elected. We advise Northern
Democrats to pay no attention lo them at
all, but to go forward and plan for them
s dves tho battle which they will be obliged
to fight under leaders of their
own choice. We take it for grant
ed that Northern Democrats know
best how to win New York and Pennsyl
vania, and know k-st under , what
standard bearer to go into tho tight. It
will therefore bo wise in Southern Demo
crats to take good caro not to embarrass
our Northern fiiends. The campaign be
fore thctu will tux their utmost powers, and
it Is only fair, right and just that they
should have the choice ol the champion
Democrat who is to lead them through a
fierce struggle to a brilliant victory. Our
Southern States will surely ratify any nom
ination the Northern Democracy may agree
We copy the following from the
Bloomington Leadir and endorse and
adopt every word of it. The one-horse
isch high insects who regard themselves
as politicians have got to cave the truth
beaten into their brains that newspaper is a
business enterprise, aud not a political "inv
chine," with the crank free to bo turned by
every wilTet w ho has an ax to grind :
Some people seem to have a vague sort
of a notion, that in some way, the party
owns and ought to control the newspaper
which advocates it? principles, Homo peo
ple seem to think, also, that the publisher
or editor of a party paper, must, per
force, be governed by the dictum of
the party, and support its candidates
whether they.nre good, bad or indilVerent.
Now both of these classes ure mistaken.
In the first place the newspaper does not
belong to the party in the sense of owner
ship any more than the threshing machine
of tli man who belongs to the party is
owned by that party. The Leader, for in
stance, is a Republican paper, because its
owner belicvrs in Republican principles:,
not because the party owns him or his pa
per. In the second place the party paper is no
more bound to support bad candidates than
anybody else is, and the party paper that
best undeMands and helps the true inter
ests of its party, is the paper that has the
independence to refuse to help into place
and power men who will be a disgrace to
the party. This whole doctrine that any
body is bound to vote for bad men -imply
because they have been able to so manipu
late the party machinery, as to force them
selves upon the party ticket, is a false and
dangerous one. It is dangerous to the best
interests of the people at large. The quick
and most effectual way to break up the
dominion of bad men in any party,
is for the good men in the p:irty
to refuse to be v hipped into their
support. In other words, every pnrty and j
tiie leaders oi every party should he nude
to understand that to succeed it nm-t nomi
nate its best nun, and not its worst m.-n.
"Principles, not men.'' will do very well for
a party shibboleth, but at the same time the
party must put torward men who are cor
rect representatives of its principles, and
men whose private lives are not a disgrace
to the principles and the parly. The
American citizen is entrusted with the bal
lot for his own and the public roud. and h"
is responsible to the country and his Cod
for the use of that ballot, and wheu he casts
it at the behest of parly for men w hom lie
knows to be unfit for ollice he commits a
sin against himself, society and his countrv.
U'Ai.Kixti advertisements : every man, wo
man and child who has once "tried Dr.
Hull's Cough Syrup cannot say enough in
its praise, and this is the reason why its sale
is constantly increasing.
ON THE DEEP.
The steamer was to leave Elk I'apis nt
10 o'clock in the inorninir. I wasn't a bit
afraid of sea-sickness, but I got up at day
light to look at the weather. My great
anxiety was that some of tin: others of the
party might be sea-sick. 1 found several
others up at that early hour to survey the
weather. Their anxiety was not for them
selves, but for me and the rest. This un
sclsfishness is seldom w itnessed and never
Just before breakfast we all went oat to
view some more fine weather. We did not
intend to take a lake ride ol a hundred
miles on a small propeller without having
some weather along. The general opinion
was that the day would turn out fine. We
asked the landlord, the cook, the porter and
the bell boy, and they said it would be such
a day as was seldom seen iu that section.
An hour before the boat left, the white cap
began to roll up on the bay, but we didn't
scare. We got together and passed a reso
lution, declaring that white caps didn't
amount toschucks. Smieof the nartv tried
to indulge in laughter at the bare idea -if
white caps intimidating anybody, but it
was the most solemn laughter I ever heard.
I shouldn't have gone aboard but for mv
desire to help the other? get off home. It
was u very good hotel, and I could have
stayed there and skated out heu the ice
formed. After we were under way I dis
covered that nil the others bad come
aboard just to accommodate ni". For some
reason or other the wind began to blow as
we left the diek. There seemed n.j occa
sion for it, but she blew right along regard
less of expense. The boat soon became un
easy; so did the passengers. We all seemed
to become pensive about the saint' time.
Memories ol other days begun to gallop
o'er us, but the captain cann along and
brutaliy remarked that this wasn't a hun
dredth part of what we'd get out in the
lake. 15y some concert of action, which I
could not fathom, the twenty-one of us pro
duced lemons, peppermint, camphor and
other antidotes at the same time. AVc
didn't teel a bit sea-sick, of cours", but we
kind wanted to be doing something to
pass away time.
Before we reached the lake the Kentucky
judge slowly arose, braced his feet, clawed
out lor one of the cabin-suppoits, and sol
emnly remarked :
"Gentlemen, 1 didn't sleep much lust
night on account of my asthma, and I guess
I'll go to bed for an hour or two. If any of
you g-get 8-noa-sick you can c-call me'''
He crawled away, pale as a ghost, and
the rest of us took another chew at our lem
ons. Lemons are awful healthy, and that's
why we had 'em on board. The Chicago
preacher was tho second man to withdraw.
His chin shook, his eyes rolled, and he
looked terribly as he said :
"I g-guess I'll take advantage of the op
portunity to 1-finish my s-sermon."
There were live of us left in the group
when the boat boomed out of the buy into
the raging lake. Tho wind was blowing a
livmg gale, and the waves were how ling for
human provender. The boat behaved
splendidly. She first went up and then
down. Then she swung her nose right and
left und switched her stern around as if it
was a tail to hit some tjne with. Mad be.-'
cause hhe couldn't come it, nhe rolled to
right and left like an old log. Two gentle
men from Kentucky handed uu their lera
00 and bgged to be ncimed while they
CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY' 3IORX1NG, NOVEMBER 5, 1879-1
retired to talk over a busiucss matter in
volving the transfer of two hundred tliouii
aud mules, und the other three sat down
andtried to see who could repeat the niosi
paragraphs from the constitution of the
"Know all men," began the Harvard pro-
lessor, us no roiieu eyes to neaven
know nil men that ".
huow ail mui iiiut
lie stooped nirht there and took a lurch
over u chair and "jammed his head against it
i..i.,... t .i l.f l...t ,n.t .1
lock, nijtl v$u trying; to remember the two
or three million crimes I have been euilty
of, when she took a roll the other way ami
brought the piofessor over on our side of
the cabin. It annoyed me to see him come
end over end, his plug hat jammed down
over his eyes and his chin shaking at the
rate of 400 revolutions per minute. A man
can be a gentleman on Lake Michigan ns
well lis anywhere else. When the boat
steadied a little I pried his hat off his head
ami advised him to go aft and troll for
pickerel over the stern of the boat. I never
saw a man in all my life more ready to
accept a compurutivu stranger's advice,
lie had a lemon in each hand, and the expres
sion of his lace would have nude a tine
painting to hang in a slaughter-house to
soften the hearts of butchers..
The lawyer fiom Toledo aud myself now
held the cabin alone. We didn't alwas
stick together. Sometimes he held one
side and I the other, nnd again we crawled
over each other in the ceutre and went
down lor more lemons. 1 am perfectly sat
isfied that the boat could have got along
without half the fuss, but she wouldn't do
it. She was full of experiments. She tried
to see how far she could stand on end, ami
how tar she could roll over, and how near
she could stick her nose to the bottom, ami
we hail to lollow her motions. The brutal
ity of the captian wri outrageous, lie
opened the cabin door juht as we pitched
over a chair and tangled in a hard knot, and
iwked if we didn't want a checker-board to '
pass away the time, lie came again a we
were jammed under the table, ami asked u- tj; notice
to go on deck and see ilie Hands. iijooiJ
more, as the lawyer hung to the door-kn,b co
and I hull" to his coat-tail, that lUlieeliieg ll'.lijui. rendered iu the March t. rm. A. D.l-TV. 1.
man; looked in and oif-red - the run of .he SK?
engine-room. j dae. uu the U:b day of Nou-uitier. A. l.. is''.
Lemons inv friend, ai" a fraud, l'cp- i:;"" th-pr-ui!--t-i e. oid. imi h.T-uii.-r uu:;e.l
' . , , . .... j a' o c;., k p. in. ofi,ld iIbv. "iihici-t in U:- will
permmi esseuee is a iteti'Mon. ut.in .u.u
is a delusion, ijanov aim
su-Mi- won t have the
'.1st el.eet on Wlllo
or wave. Wh"ii it became evident that the !
oat must l'o
I to lie reekles-.
The lawyer kicked my -.,.:ehel m ro-- t!
cabin, and kicked ids l-lug h it at.'-r it
and threw his 40 fishing rod overboad.
While we sang, "Ho: Hob !tid!-y," in -wet
chorus, 1 lashed him to ;i post with n shawl
strap, lashed our right lens together with a j
second, and then we went iu to -tare fate j
in tie; face. The lawyer shout id for the j
boat f stop and let him olv. and I s. en!:,...l .
the motion. Th. n I veiled out for her to
go to the bottom and be hang'-d. and he
declared tin- question aoopteu. i ie.r ..rk
from the heels of my boots to the top .if my
hat. The bare thought of sitting down to
a cliampncrne supper with the Manpiis of
Lome utterly overcame me. 1 remembered
the watermelons I had eaten and the grapes
I had devoured, and I crudua'iy grew
linipsy. and oh ! how I wished that some
body would tie me in a knot and f.lr.s the
knot into a small corner. If I had owned
the whole country I'd have old I.er for a
cent and thrown tVr lawyer in to boot.
The la-t I reinr-tubcr wahoping that as th-.-boat
went down I could get hold of th" cap
tain and hit him once behind the ear. and
when I opened mv eves airain we were ;;t
IVtoskey. They carried and pulled and
dragged us n-hore. and a? v:e lay ar :ind on i
the lumber like so many ghosts, the cap-
lam ii. to i;ie i,eieii:ies:- 1 e.oi ocu to aijjcij'j
"Never had a smoother trip down ia Liy
life. I just wish we could have a bit of a
sea some day. so as to s'-e how the boat
We all reached for our revolvers v. one
movement, but a'.a1-! we had not '.tiength
cnouifh to aim and pull the merger. M.
A WoNiihum. RixoKD. Myri'ids ol so
called "specifics'' and "cures" for Rheuma
tism have already been brought before the
public, and many of them have even been
i.-.i .1... ii ... t, . c- i
endorsed iy the eertincates oi respectable
and prominent citizens, who have derived j
benefit from such preparations. There is
no doubt that a great many of thee "Lini- j
merit.-," "Oiis,'' etc., so widely advertised j
and freely recommended for Rheumatism !
and painful complaints of a similar nature. t
have trenuine merit ;.nd will relieve certain ;
types of the complaints named; but .wh'-n
T.l i"... 1 t , 1 1 1
uiieumausin, .euiui.a, .ane. KinMiea dis
eases have become chronic end threaten
serious results you may rest assured that
they will help but very little. Although
not rccouitucipLji "infallible,'" the pecu
liar qualities of St. Jacobs Oil imperially
adapt it to those cases which m ty be termed
"chronic" and which have previously with
stood all known "specifics" as well as the
prescriptions of the best phyKieians.
We would mention, os an example, the
case of Mr. A. Hoilman, Editor of the Pitts
burgh Republican, who snfiercd with
Piheum:i?i-m for two years. After vainly
usimr all- the best recommended remedies
and exhausting the skill of the most experi
enced physeians without cvrn temporary re
lief, it required only two bottles ol St.
Jacobs Oil to eftect a permanent cure. Mr.
V. Hauui, a well-known citizen of Vountrs-
town, Ohio, secured for his wife, who fur
twelve years had been a constant sufferer
from Neuragia in the head, the services of
the ablest physicians in the land, liut they
were unable to do anything for her: half a
buttle of St. Jacobs Oil cured her. Mr.
Win. Hcinhardt, Elmore, Wis., n-porta the
case of a neighbor who for twenty-four
years had suffered ho terribly w ith IiVuma-
tistu that, at times, he could hardly move
around; a few bottles of St. Jacobs Oii
cured him. "To cap the climax," however
i- a v.:..,. ..r T. ..i. ,-..tn.. ii. .. '
.mi. n. '.-.-i, ui inji'imue, J a., writes
that his mother, who had been a continual
sufferer with Rheumatism lor the jiust
thirty year, used one bottle of St. Jacobs
Oil and was immediately relieved 0f ,.
pain. These are rc'iits which truly de
serve to be brought to public notice; but
they are not exceptions, as will be seen by
the numerous other certificates from all
parts of the United States. It should be
tho duty of every one to call the attention
of hi, suffering friends and neighbors to
this wondeilully elFieacious preparation,
eipecially as the low price of r,f) rents a
bottle 1'bices it within the reach of all per
kon, rich and poor.
Citi.w Jackson's IUM Sweet Navy To
baco. It has woiulerful power on Uow Liver
and Jiidniys! What! Kidney-Wort;
DMlSIfcTBATOIt 8 NOTICE.
r-TATB OF Wll 1.1AM kKNIMI.I., DGCEASKO,
The iiuderIued, hnvlnrfbueu appniuled admin
Ihtrator of the vitate of (IIIuhi Kemlitll, Inie of the
I on my of Alexander and Ntnto of llllnoli,
uYceie-' d. hereby k'lvei notice I hut be will appear
i,..iv,rii the I'onnlv ('unit, of Alexander Countv.
the conn nouxe, iu i mm, atnieuecemuer lerm. on
' third Monday In prcember next, nt which time
i p, runK Imvlna cliinui! HKalnst suld estulo ro
, .tiikd und rcnu.iated to attend for the imri)on nr
i"vl"-' ftnu' llJ1",,"'- All im-mou indebted to
I iid f'tnto uro requLHled to uiuke Immedlato pay-
tlli'lU lo "iu iiuui-rniiirii.
luted lhl Klrnt duv ol November. A. D., li().
FRANK K." KKNDALL. AdininiMrator
TAn:nr iiamikia naos, ii:o;akii.
The tindemieueil, hnvini; heeu uppolntitd Exec,
utir of the hint will ami triOatmut of (uurirla
soon, lute of the County of Alexander, and State of
Ililnul. deeuned, hereby plvea notice Unit he will
appear beloie the County Conn of Alexander
enmity, ill lh" Court llimi), in Cairn. i Hie lleecm
her I'Vni, on ihe.'lnl Monday in liee un her next,
at v !ili h 'time nil pei-KniH h u v i n ; i'lulin Hirnlnut
Mini Kftule ure nntifled and rcqiii-Kled to attnid for
the purpose of Imvluj th" khiiiu ailj'.in-.ed. All
p r-iiii" iuilebied to s;ild Flute are requested tu
puke immediate payment to the t'.ii(iernlned
P:ited thin nd diivcf IK mln r. isr;i
HICII.VRl) FITZiiEUAI.1). F..e. ntor.
.U.K OF VAU'AHLE CITY l.nTs.
S in. Tweed I'nrker v. K!l,:itielh l.lnk'r. Win
Linker, Dya F. l'arkei.
Fuhlie notice l hereby .-hen tlmt the under
iened Mnxter in Cbiitirefv fur AloMindei County,
ii purHiianec of u deer, e of life Aleander County
Circuit Court, etiiered on t he I'll day of Octohar,
ISM. will oiler for i-ale m public nuituut to the
hl'bct bidder on Saturday, the Kill dav ol Novt-m-V'r.
IStti, three lot in ilie ( ;:y nt' Cairo, !lllr.i:.
described a follow : lo-wil:' Lots cuinhen-d K
nd IS in Block one. ami Lot H!i iu Block M. accord-
Ini; to the original plat ol mi'l v it. Lot I , l oa !he
coi ner ol Fo'.'.r'.h utid l.ev.- i-.reeln. ai d lot IS in ilii.
adjoiuins lot on I.eveu Htre.-i, l.ol ;W ' on Ttli
;reet and ha upon il h (roml frame ituvllin.
The nn!e will be-ln at 1 o'elta-k p. ni. n'. J it I!1
and will bei.-iu at lots l; and is at i n'elnck p. in.
TemiK: one-half cai-h, and the other naif pay
able in twelve month from day of nV; pure hat. '?
L'iviia- note, (.."arm? p'-rc-ntiiiteiert p. r anti'iin,
ecured b tre.-t jiiuitfi'iro
Mati.-r in Ctrouvrv Aleiander Coturv. lilitni.
i.KKKN A (.H.lHlRT. Solicitor. '
Dated Cairo, llliuoi. Uctober 'ord. "'..
..v- i!(,,ur imer.t therein. iWr the t.j,ym.-i.t i.riln-
oetit" nt xai-1 etr'.e oi -lolni ( ermiiin. il-v.-a'.-il.
:in' ! ii : nj ii . ri ij..i i prnii. re. . tn-w n :
t''. s 'i iii ')i r-d til'n eu i in i)!oi k umi:li.T-il
i t.ft -i-u of ti.e Ci'v of Call.).
i-itua'e In the
i oiu-.te oi Alexi;iiter atid tat- I I'ii.iI.
parchs-e po.-e -h in 'huit '
' 'll'i'f""--;l n und th- deJl..r of
M.---U. I 1 1 1 i . 1 1 . 1 1 un : I ii (jf i it n intiii o lll'iljTllt
:Vom the dav ol -a!c. The deferred ; ayio'-nt to be
i viii. i.ci-d l.y i hi- uoKha-'r'n nov. drawiui l per
e.t lucre.! per r.iiiniiii. --ecured by rie
,'d of tru-t
i 1) tile pKlil.-CH ."id.
Admiiiira-iix of the estate nf Johi: i.irrorai).
li ;t'd. Cairo. III.. Oci. llih. '.;:'.
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rt fi. l.tkii.-2 Po-aU'.-i. ro'tiid and
v.l a Spicei.. Toi!-t r.i.d Lannd.-y
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't.ty (irortrie ar.c 'jro-
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Stock unparalleled in the W -r.
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FOUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
Vulcan Irox Works
9.1 OHIO LEVEE. cAIJlO.IJK
John T. liennie,
HAV1NO catablinheU In works at tho iihovo men
tlotid place t txttter prepared than ever for
uiantfiiriurlm Htonm HiiRlnea and Mid Machinery.
HbvIdk HU-ain Hiimiuer atid oniiil,. Tool, thfl
tnanufactom of all kind of Machinery Hullroari,
riU'umboat and llridce Koiiflna niad'i a ueialty.
KapiKliil ittvlillou kIto-u to rpairof fc' 'linnund
lira Catlnira of all klndu tnnde to "tdt i
i'lpflFUIng iuaJJ iu hranth.'.
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F1IE ELECTJMC CLEANS B 1 1.
HAS NO EQUAL KOlt UENERAL IIOUSE-CLEANLNtr
PURPOSES. FOR WASHING CLOTHES
FOR THE HATH, .fcC, .tC.
For Cleaning Paint, Varnished -Surfaces, Window (ihm,. Miirors, (iohl 1'ium
Marble, Pianos, Sewing Machines. Furniture, Oil Cloths, Silver Ware, Show Cue. Diom -e'
ru Class, (ilubcs, dm Fixtures: Removes Pilch and T..r frn.i the Hands or Clolhi ;g
readily, Ac. fee.
FOR FSE AS A DISINFECTANT
AiiyiJnn-Soik'ilby oJIa tv OinCASK.bv I-'lifs oi- IV---il
Mai'hs.ovby Dirt oi'.-iny kiinl.it will clcrtn
Y ITU O U T S O A I ( ) 1 W . T K 1 1
""I;N COAI.IVB 0,r;xi 1 have U.ed
urn 'or r. It If ( crtaiiii y superior to -oati a- a i
x-. without iiiluriri:
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ul -ioiv at:il (lapped hand" readily.
WILLIAM S EVERETT. Ml Coll.-. ..no- A . h ,
To tiik Wr.rr.tts Co.m.ivk Co-WY have b.er, rine in oe.r family -Coalir..-.- an :.r!:. n-tt.u:--..:
Iu thi.- c:ty. ami Cud It cm of the uio-t Bxeful thii... f,,r f.iti.ih n.- we.a..- - v. r l.uo '.ii orlu rrd ol. .
w ' ru,,,'iu-'- clei.iiite gM. tihi.r. takiuc .pot. out of c'.othii." uul.arp. 1. . :.- . tt..'a ..
, ,1,1,.: r.,-n iionny -i.oier, -t i ii.
body. --( Jj : i-r : -. .Mavjd. Isl'i.
If-IS THE ONLY W:,.b:2 c..u.p..ehd ...,i
and v:i!';at!e article at a low ll.u-. t-imc-!iii- with
Tie- f"!:owlltt lcMiiiioi.ii,: from p. .-or... with
eoalir.e iu it true po.lt ion before the public, li j.
I have usul coalltie in my lioue. Ii mve. i
he without It - Ccntruliu. 111.. Annus! jta. 1S9.
I End conllne to be
AnU-t't ISth. IS?'.
all that i !im. d for
1 have tit.-d coalinc tin 1, an licad lht. of i nj
with i ou.-cEtrated lye. I fuuial eoaline o do th.
effect-.- Ceiitralla. lilt Auir"t l"th. 1 -?'.'.
All lt-ailiin; proci-r w:il l.aM
. at u'il iine. obtainable lit
il. Mid i uu n . j p
BARCLAY B RO
( i'n'r;il A j;'iif.s.
Hmds .f l'iiiuilie- will Cull ;inl Ct
; CAIRO, ili,;
.idi ss.-s l-lo:; C:i;(,taii Aviime, si. Loui.-.
W lU's'nv to cull Vour jittciitioii to Our
PATENT STEAM CYLINDER VALVE,"
WHICH IS NOW ( (iMINO JNTOOKNEKAL I E.
VA 1 UK 1 US VA T
XO MORE CYLINDER
I call the attention of proprietors of Steam Engines to the use of this Valve, by which
a great saving of fuel is clleetcd. The Valve being closed on the ndmission of steam und
open when exhausting, the engine is not liable to get out of line, as no water is allowed to
accumulate in the cylinder the Valve opening or shutting automatically at each stroke.
The cylinder is kept dry when the engine is .not working, as the Valves arc then kept
open by a spiral spring. The Valve .will pay its prico in the saving of fuel in a very
short time, and will last over ten year's.
ITStnte and County Rights for Sale. Apply by letter or iu person at 14011 C'hoten.i
Avenue, St. Lotik
OP THE WOULD I
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m) CO A LIN?:
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it..i..er ai..l no.rl.
t'li- texture oribiislufa-t color. Ii cl-.,.. o .. h..e. i .......
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It,-pi ctfullv vour-.
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rein n oi e
I. o. CAl.MNS
;t. ,;od Mr!. (, , .. v th.- , ,.;..
.o,;de p.Kid- like Soap.
whim many in (alio and v. iuiti at-Ri.nuii. ... d ,
a jwd IhiitL'. oral -hoaid .t. K, e.,-rullv i.-d
o nud -i
loth. ai d i iie Apt ni-he.
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Mils l. iiM I'V.
d'it i- nartened. and l itn;a'l i ..!.
well at jo:ah. without ll Il mrlii
i,. f,, ,- tf,
work fully a
C BILLS. Foo man Faint Shop. I ( . J' );.
th-ir ii.t..u.r in f- dj It i- r n .1 .
a Satni le. Free for Trial, ut oiu-s;..i es
Coiner Kiglith t.
and Washington A. r:ue.
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CY LliX UKl'l S.
HEADS lUIOKEX OUT.